In this article, I write down a quick git commands cheat sheet, which will include commands that developers use every day
Here, we have listed some most useful git commands:
$ git init
Initialize a Local Git Repository
$ git add <file> $ git add .
Add one or more files to staging area.
$ git status
Check the status of your current repository and list the files you have made changes.
$ git log
Provides a list of all the commits made on your branch
$ git commit -m "commit messgae"
Commit changes to Index but not to the remote repository.
$ git push origin <branch name>
Push the branch to the remote repository so that other can use it
$ git pull
The git pull command fetches all the changes from a remote repository to a local repository
$ git clone
The git clone Creates a Git Repository copy from a remote source
$ git diff
View the changes you have made to the file
$git config -global user.name "your_name"
This command tells Git who you are by configuring the author name
$ git config -global user.email <your_emailId>
This command tells Git who you are by configuring the author email
$ git remote add origin <server>
This Commands Connect your local repository to the remote server and add the server to be able to push changes to it
$ git branch <branch_name>
The Git Branch Creates a new branch
$ git checkout <branch name>
Using git checkout we can switch from one branch to another branch
$ git merge <branch name>
Using git Merge we can a branch into the active branch
To reset large merge before push
git reset --hard origin/dev
myBranch that exists remotely and
not a locally
git fetch --all git checkout myBranch